By Derek Iwasiuk
September 28, 2006
Polish domain name registar Domeny announced on Tuesday that it now offers ADR proceedings to organisations which were unable to register .eu domains.
According to regulations, appeals to ADR against other entities has
firm grounds if the name of the registered domain is identical to or
misleading in respect to local or .EU trade marks, geographical and
company brands or when the domain name has been registered by its owner
illegally or with no motivated purpose or the domain is used for
improper purposes,the company says.
"The purpose of this service is to simplify the effort made to regain
.EU domains at the Czech Arbitration Court – the sole place for
arbitration investigating .eu domain disputes. The location of the
Arbitration Court, language barrier, and law stipulations may
discourage to battle for .eu domains." says Arkadiusz Szczurowski, CEO
Thus all official aspects are managed by Domeny's specialists. For
many companies their domain name is just too precious to be given up."
Also, quite often, the absence of a proper domain name means a "market